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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 2, 1906)
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Hiivc you jojslsterotl?
C. L. Glut of Hlfitont wnn ii Henri
visitor tlurluB the week.
Cnl, Union wnn in from the Haiti,
win rnucli last Saturday.
K, A, I'tictt whh In Ilctnl V1ticn
day from hi much on the Tuuiulo,
Wnnt to cxclinii;c u No. 3 iittide
linker WiiKon for a 7t vhkoii.--R.
A. I'uktt. 46-.J9
C. V. Thornthwnlte nud wife
were lit from tlie Baldwin much
W. V. Arnold uttd J. H. Meeker
of hlHtcnt were Ilotiil visitors on
Fine liarrcd Plymouth rock
rooMcrx, full hloodud, for mile .it
f 1,50 each. C. 1I.Am.hn. tf
A. M. Drake nud I'. U. llnttun
left for Portland Wednesday mom
lug to attend to litiHincwi matters.
Mr. nud Mm. Toift Hynn were
llcittl vislton Wednesday. They
came In from their ranch 4011th of
Office rootim for rent In the Pilot
lltittc Development Co.'u office
Intilriiii',. Apply at thu coiiipniiys
Mrs. John l'urgusoii was n lnni
miss culler In ileud Wednesday.
She came in from their much .six
miles cast of Itond.
There will lw n "hard time"
dnnce given in the 11. M. hall on
1'cliruary i,, St. Vnlentlnu's day.
Put away thoao good clothe.
Make your Kwcctliwrl hnpiiy.
('.rant can help you with tlnm ele
gant new valentine he has on vale
Also n line of uniuc valentine
XsUl curds. j6-t7
A letter received this week from
Irvin Kecl at Portland brings the
good news that the NjuciulUt will
be nbW to save the sight of one eye
for Mr. Keed, poMihly the sight of
The Ladies' AM Sociuty of the
M. 1(. church will moot next
WcduewUy at 3 o'clock with Mrs.
William Vaudevcrt. All ladies of
llcnd nud vicinity arc cordially in
vited to attend.
Orders recently t waived by the
l S land ofliccd give the Instruc
tion that when one is tanking final
proof the wituassas must have
viewed the laud within two weeks
of the time of making proof.
T. W. Zimtnermann has resigned
his position nt the lleud Mercantile
and left on the Monday morning
stage for n business trip of two or
three weeks at Portland, Eugene
and other Oregon x)luls. After at
tending to business he will return
I.ast Saturday C. A. Chapman
brought to The Iiulleliu office a
hatunlc of bunch grata he had pulled
on the desert six ttillct from Bonn.
Mixed all through the dead gra.ss
were a number of fresh green spears
measuring 13 inches in length.
Green grass of such a length must
have been growing all winter.
We carry In stock every
thing usually handled by a
first-class drugstore including
Stationery, School Supplies,
Magazines, Toilet 1'reparn
tions, Confectionery, Cigars
mid SniokeiH' Supplies, nud a
Fine Line of Watches and
Merrill Drug Co.
G,corno IH'P flf Hoslimd wnn n
down, Yfcdiitwlny night (mlefiuicy.
Remember you must rcglcr he
fore you enn vote nl thu aiming
li9k Qlans of Hcditioud wnn
n huslttcwt cn.l'r in Hcnd during
Jolui SIsctnoro rct,iirncd thin
week from a visit of acvcnU days in
Mrs. Utniuu Johnson left Inst
Sunday niuntiug u vKit her fltuit
Chnrlie Swalcy wwyf u,p from
Redmond Tuesday (a MVil" R
1. K, Simons qf Icdinoml pnmc
to IlcticV Vcdneway o intend to
J. Ii. While of Slycr Lake, passed
through Hcnd WpilHelify on, his
wny jo MiiiiicHqtn.
M. Mudd and T. A. Uuthcr
ford of Laidlaw registered nt Hotel
llcnd last biiuday.
O'N'ell ros, arc putting in n
new general store at Laidlaw, ill
the Rutherford building.
You should notice the Hue line of
fresh candles, tobaccos, stationery
and dates nt A H Qrmtt'ti. .t,5tf
Pasturage for parses, $q cents n
week, fi 11 month, near Bend,
tf If. W. Mqffi.ll.i
Few Sai.U Several wnrl( and
driving horsoq. Must Uc sold
iitticlc. 1. I,. TgMpjqrjs, I)ank
Dr. Coo was oqllod t lulina
Plains on Wednesday to sec Mrs.
Ralph Pntteriion, who is crilictilly ill
I'ire iiuuranec, legal bjntilfs, no
tnry public and conveyancing at
The Central Qrouw linking &
Trust Co.'s. .6.t9
Mm. James Hawaii of Portland,
who has been visiting her lister
Mrs. Q'Katic for some weeks pa,Ht,
returiiK to her home on Sunday,
W. 1. Moycrs, the attorney who
hns recently located nt I,nid!nw, has
bought the Chronicle and will as
sume its management in the future.
J. P. Jenkiuis arrival in Hcnd
Wednesday night for n, Stay of
some time here. )c came from
points south of Hcnd along (lip
Dr. Call XcwKom, T. A. Ruther
ford ami W. P. Myers of Laidlaw
drove to Ileud Wetjuosday eveniug
to Ih: picscut at the political meet
ing held here that night.
A. II. Grant and John If. Qvcr
turf arc making improvements
about their residences jn Hcnd. This
week Mr. Grant has had 16 poplar
trees sot out and Mr. Qycrturf four.
Ira J. Wilkinson is hauling posts
and rails to his ditch hind two miles
northeast of Ileud, to be used in
building fence, Ho ja also clear
ing his land, getting it ready for
the spring seeding.
Relinquishment for Sale: One of
the best homcslPaiU at Powell
Huttcs, Also homestead or timber
claim five miles south of Bend
under Arnold ditch, good buildings.
Inquire Hulletiu office. 46-it
J. M. Patton, John McCormick,
C. P. Ilcckcr, nud J. C. Thorp of
Laidlaw were in Hcnd Thursday
attending to business connected
with a homestead contest in which
Mr. Patton is interested.
Remember the piu Kocial nt the
Hcnd Social Club's hall tonight.
An interesting programme has bevn
nrciwcu and many goon pics will
be on sale. The social is given by
the ladies of the Baptist church.
The Linstcr saw mill closed
down this week after a run of a
week or ten days, New machinery
from Slmniko will lw brought in
and further Improvements made.
They expect to begin sawing
again in about two weeks.
Miss Ruth L. Roid returned last
Sunday from her trip to Portland
and San Francisco, where she had
gone with Mrs. A. M. Drake to re
ceive treatment for her eyes. At
San Francisco she left Mrs. Drake
who went to take treatment at n
sanitarium a few miles from the lat
Charles and J. B. Wimer were in
Bend last Saturday from their
ranches on the Tuuiulo. They
brought some parsnips grown by
them lust season, and were exhiting
two measuring two feet 16ug. These
were fine specimens, iirnv ana
sound, nnolhcf evidence of what
can be grown in the fertile Des
C, II. Vaughn recently received
it letter from his former home nt
Klauinth Kails in which it is said
the snow storms the past two or
three weeks are the heaviest known
in thnt vicinity for yenrs. The snow
was so wet aim neavy mm wie
roofs of wauy bulldiugs were uu-
PARGAINS F0$ YQU AT
Talking" MaGhijie Cqupon$ Gjven
with Sale Goods.
nblo to withstand the strain and
collapsed. In this, way some stock
was injured npd mitcl damage
The nnrty flf 13 tinibcr seekers
Who parcel llrqugh ljcnd twq
weeks ngp t thpir way to the
Silver Lake coiptry, rcttirncd 01
their hpnicvvnrd (rip the first of the
week. I'our rcnclicd Bend Mon
day night, (he rcnjaindcr cqmitig
Wediictdqy. Without exception
they were favorably impressed with
this country and sqmc qf them wilj
tie back ju APrM to make perma
nent settlement in Central Oregon.
They expressed themselves as most
favorably impressed with Bend.
Twelve qf them filed qn claims all
in a bunch.
A. At. Drnko Files on Water
On Jan. a6, A. M. Drake filed in
the office of State Kngiuecr J. II.
Lewis n notice of appropriation of
2,000 cubic feet per second ot water
from the Deschutes river. The
plans contemplate carrying the
water tlirqg-gJi a flume eight feet
deep qnd 30 feet wide a short dis
tance nud then returning it to the
river. The power obtained is to be
used in operating a saw mill, gen
erating electricity, etc.
MANY CATTLE L.QST.
Heavy Snow Storms Cai 1$ Loss
The severe snow storms of two
weeks ago have caused considerable
loss to cattlemen in a peculiar way.
All nlong the Deschutes river
above the lava bed n thin layer of
ice formed ovpr the river. The snow
fell on it and covered it up. This
entirley hid the river and the cattle,
attempting to cross on what they
supposed was solid ground, would
break through and pitch head first
into the river. That was the last
seen of those cattle.
John Ryan had men out watch
ing his stock, but siic head suc
ceeded in getting in the river.
They were gotten out, however, in
time to save them.
A Lively Runaway.
Last Sunday morning n team of
horses took a lively gait down
Wall street, causing quite a. ripple
of excitement on the Sabbath peace
and quietude tor a Tew minutes.
Jim Brceu had driven the horses
to town and left them stauding in
front of the Pilot Butte Inn. They
became frightened at something
unknown and started down the
street. At Caldwell & Satchwell's
store they straddled a telephone
pole and were going with such,
speed that they broke loose from
the wagon. The wagon was
turned completely around end for
end by the collision. The team
turned west down Ohio steet nt the
comer of the P. B. D. office, nud
were cnught after running a short
distance down the street.
The tongue of the wagon, the
singletree and the doubletrees
were broken, two spokes knocked
out of n wheel, and the harnesses
pretty well damaged.
iKKiGATim Land- I have a few
choice tracts from 40 to 160 acres
each thnt can be bought nt a bar
gain. P. L. Tompkins, Bank
Weekly Meteorological Record.
Html, Orc.t Jau. t to Feb, 1, 1906.
8 a ni
I clear t cloudy J partly cloudy
I'rccipUMlou fur week .0 lu,
A. U. OftAttT. Voluntary oiucmr.
Crook county is all right, or it
wouldn't end with OK.
Our jwpular cashier is composing
a sentimental ballad entitled "On
the Banks qf the Deschutes." writ
ten in the key of I. Minor.
"poc" cqmes iutq tqwn each
mqrning looking like 15 cents with
Dumps is defined as earth or turf
turned over. If that's the caw, we
have a "Sunny Jip" in town.
"Doc" bclicyc; iu Coe-opcration.
7'hc majority of Wilkin-sons arc
"He who runs May Read"
When the city grows sufficiently
in size to iusurc patronage, White
& Hill contemplate building a to
boggau slide fro?) Pilot Butte to the
river and callit ''Shoot Deschutes."
The question with the D. I. &. P.
Co. is to buy or to not buy a dam
BUILD TELGPHONE LINE.
Colurqfr .Southern Irrigation Co. Are
?uvi..o, Or,. Jan. . 10 The C. S. I. Co.
Arc iiauntiL' (ciepuone poles Irom Dor
raice'a mill (n place a telephone ytcm
along the canal I torn the head ofCllne
I'alli tlila tpriup. They ilw expect to
tmild two large storage rewnoira in Bull
Creek flat s way a the weather will
we ara kuh 10 welcome tlie warm
auiuhiivt once more, which has taken the
mow from our uiidat.
Macu Nell widiamily expectto move
to their hoinatoad one and a half miles
uortji 0 IHimalo. thia week. Mr. Keill
haa Ixen living in Xumalo the ist year
mu win iry irnuuj; a wane.
heveral teaiva loadeil lumber at
HiRUtowcf & buiUh'a mill the paatweck.
T. A, Xciiton la now mnulnj; the en-
Cine ai me iiiKutowcr ft: smitli saw
Charlea Thomthwalte will coon move
lu.tk o UU place iu 16-1 L
Report are that there are more
dfer nloiii; the desert this winter than
haa been for toauy yeara, 15 to 20 belnjj
acn iu bunclic. Thii ia caused by the
neavy suowiau iu toe mountain.
A (armer'a telephone line ia lieing
mixta 01 jy a j;reai many lanner In
A man aaid to another once, "Can you
rabe anything in this country." Well, I
Kuets ao, just try and see. A great
many wiiiik mat winter grain cannot be
grown here, but ye scribe's view and ex
JKricnce arc that it can just as well as
in other countries. We have all the ad
vantacca we want. We can sow it in the
dust, the raina of the fall will sprout it
ami me auoua 01 winter will blanket it,
and in the spring we can have some
thing that will make the moss roll off
the backs of some of these old croakers.
Did you ever see a man who tries to do
anything, thnt was all the while fritting
on a box whittling or riding from place
to place? Well, 1 never did. The first
thing, one must clear his laud and then
put it in good ahape. and if he doesn't
want to irrigate it, it can be seeded, in
uieiaii. iic must be sure to lence it,
1101 wnn 0110 wire but witn lour to In
mrc against stock after he hns put in
twylttitercs. Then start in und clear
another 25 ucres, follow the siimc
rule and don't get discouraged, You
can't do it in one day or week, but
months will tell. I would suggest for
tins country inn seeding, sow scotch
l'ife wheat about one bushel per acre.
Sow early so it wil root before the
ground freeies. Then in the spring
take 11 tooth harrow and scratch the
ground up; try to tear the grain all up,
You cun't do Itof course, but you will be
Mirpriscd to sec how it will
Much Feed on Desert.
Feed on the low,desqrt is said to
be better this winter than it has
been for 15 years. Thousands of
horses have iu the past few years
been sold and driven from the coun
try aud it is probable that in a few
years more, on those parts of the
old range not susceptible to settle
ment and cultivation, the bunch
grass will once more wave as it did
in days historical. Ceutral Ore-gouian,
Best, imported aud Domestic
Excellent Ppr Service.
HIgii Class, Qeptlcrnan's Re
sort. Only first cfask good
kept In sfQcfo ffll ton ug, '
mil 1 .1.- '
PILOT BUTTg INN
A. C. LUCAS, Proprietor
Tables supplied with aH the delicacies of the scaftop
Pirst-clats Equipment Pine Rooms apd Beds
AH stages stop at the hotel door
General Blacksmithing and Wagon Repaying
HORSESHOEING A SPECIALTY
jCsW Our shop is located opposite Baptist Church.
'. .' .
aa-a-aZ, F. MOODY
Commission and forwarding
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Large, Commodious Warehouse. Consignments Solicited
Prompt attention paid to those who
favor me with their patronage ,
A Complete Stock of
Rough, Surfaced and Moulded
At Ben4 j
All Widths, Lengths and Thicknesses
T. & G. FLOORING
O. G. BASEBOARD
O. G. BATTINS
P. B. D. PATENT ROOFING
Thc 6. f. & p.
Tie C. S. 1. Co.
CUSTOM FEED MILL IN CONNECTION.
Pilot Butte Development
BEND, - OREGON
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